# Program Guide with Grade-level Assignments

These are the suggested programs for each grade level, which correspond with common math standards. We recommend starting with the program that corresponds with the student or child’s grade level. Teachers and parents can also use this program for older students in order to keep working on maintenance of their fact fluency or for math intervention in the classroom.

## Kindergarten (Ages 5-6)

Students will work on addition problems with sums up to ten. Six second fluency threshold.

Students will work on addition problems with sums up to ten. Once they achieve fluency in these addition facts, they’ll move on to the corresponding subtraction problems. Six second fluency threshold.

Students will start by working on single-digit addition problems (up to 9+9). Once they achieve fluency in these addition facts, they’ll move on to the corresponding subtraction problems. Six second fluency threshold.

Students will start by working on single-digit addition problems (up to 9+9). Once they achieve fluency in these addition facts, they’ll move on to the corresponding subtraction problems. After achieving fluency in the subtraction facts, they will move on to multiplication problems (up to 9x9). Six second fluency threshold.

### Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, & Division

Students will start by working on single-digit addition problems (up to 9+9). Once they achieve fluency in these addition facts, they’ll move on to the corresponding subtraction problems. After achieving fluency in the subtraction facts, they will move on to multiplication problems (up to 9x9)... and following multiplication, the corresponding division problems. Six second fluency threshold.

### Custom Program: Expanded Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, & Division

To assign this program, select Custom program in the dropdown menu. More options will appear. Make sure Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, & Division is selected, Expanded is selected, and you can choose between 6 seconds to answer or 3 seconds for more of a challenge.

Students will start by working on single and double-digit addition problems (up to 12+12). Once they achieve fluency in these addition facts, they’ll move on to the corresponding subtraction problems. After achieving fluency in the subtraction facts, they will move on to multiplication problems (up to 12x12)... and following multiplication, the corresponding division problems.